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Training company that teaches mainly programming languages and web technologies such as Python, React, VueJS, Angular, Javascript, Typescript and others

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  • Overwhelmed and stuck in the 2000s
    Max Schumacher over at academic is fantastic and has videos that cover pretty much everything. Https:// also on YouTube and Udemy. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Books like "C# Player's Guide" but for Front-End?
    But like headyyeti said Maximilian Schwarzmuller on Udemy Or his personal website I've done most of his angular program and after that I would trust any of his programs. Best online educator I've seen. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is Max's Udemy course one of the best and most up-to-date out there?
    It's definitely worth the money if you want all of his courses and are going to take them within a certain amount of time. However, if you are not going to take them within a certain amount of time, and want to keep the content for future reference, some of his content is also available on Udemy (but the price is per course). But, either way, Academind is a great resource. Source: about 2 years ago
  • I have been learning programming for the past 2 years and just got a job. Is CS50 still worth the time investment or should I focus on something else?
    I have been mainly using Maximilian’s courses on Udemy (aka Academind) lately which are very good but also very time consuming. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Is the Udemy course by Maximilian any good for learning the latest React?
    If you want to support Max more directly, you might consider getting his courses through which is his own platform. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Looking for a beginner course to typescript!
    Maximilian Schwarzmüller has a course on, and part of the course is available on YouTube at Since it's not the full course, it's really only useful if you know JavaScript. It covers types and the tsc compiler and some other useful stuff. From what I can tell, it's about 3 hours out of a 15 hour course. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Good resources for Angular Architecture and Web Development in general?
    I like the courses & tutorials from The Angular Complete Guide if you are just learning angular from the start. Some specific things you can find good youtube videos for. Maybe the Iconic + Angular course for a design system that can be used on web and mobile. May need to take some extra time to learn some state management, the default being RxJS & observables with Angular. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Angular/Laravel beginner task - Where to start?
    You should do the Laracasts tutorial to get a better insight into Laravel. If you have the money, buy Maximillian's Angular course from Udemy, his website ( has a 90%~ discount on the course's price, so it'll only cost you 19€. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Is "Maximilian Schwarzmüller" angular course a good way to learn the framework?
    I don't think it has been mentioned yet, but if you want to support him more you could use his own tutorial site instead of Udemy: Https:// Source: over 2 years ago
  • Become a web 3.0 developer!?
    Or check his courses on: Source: over 2 years ago
  • In your opinion what’s the best Ionic course?
    I like Max at and there is an angular + ionic and react + ionic course. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • How do I get into Vue as a Python expert with zero web experience and almost no JS exposure?
    There's two resources that I've been using for years: Academind and LevelUpTutorials. Source: about 3 years ago
  • I want to learn React native and make a mobile app
    If you’re looking for a good resource to learn and don’t mind paying a little bit, I’d check out Academind. Max has some great content, and I’d highly recommend it. He’s got a recently updated course on ReactJS that teaches modern React (functional components + hooks) and also a React Native course. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Angular 7/8 courses?
    Max has a great course. He also has a subscription through his own site so if you like his style and are looking to learn other things, it's worth it to take a look at his other offerings. I subscribe yearly there. Source: about 3 years ago
  • React - Redux In Less Then 7 Minutes
    The application in this article is very simple for learning purposes. In most cases you will not need redux for an application of this size. A state management system is good for large scale applications where state management is difficult to understand. Here are a few pointers on when to use redux that I got from Maxillian over at Academind. - Source: / over 3 years ago

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